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AB64-ASA1,1208m 21Section 1208m. 78.01 (2m) (f) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,692,222 78.01 (2m) (f) It is dyed diesel fuel and is sold for off-highway use other than
23use in a snowmobile, in a limited use off-highway motorcycle that is not registered
24for private use under s. 23.335 (3) (a), or in an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain
25vehicle that is not registered for private use under s. 23.33 (2) (d) or (2g), or in a

1recreational motorboat
or if no claim for a refund for the tax on the diesel fuel may
2be made under s. 78.75 (1m) (a) 3.
AB64-ASA1,1210 3Section 1210 . 79.035 (7) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,692,74 79.035 (7) (a) The department of administration shall reduce the payment
5under this section to each county and municipality that receives a grant under s.
616.047 (4m) for replacement of public transit vehicles in an urban mass transit
7system by an amount determined as follows:
AB64-ASA1,692,108 1. For an urban mass transit system that is eligible to receive state aid under
9s. 85.20 (4m) (a) 6. cm. or d. and serving a population exceeding 200,000, 75 percent
10of the total amount of grants received under s. 16.047 (4m).
AB64-ASA1,692,1311 2. For an urban mass transit system that is eligible to receive state aid under
12s. 85.20 (4m) (a) 7. and serving a population of at least 50,000, 20 percent of the total
13amount of grants received under s. 16.047 (4m).
AB64-ASA1,692,1614 3. For an urban mass transit system that is eligible to receive state aid under
15s. 85.20 (4m) (a) 8. and serving a population of less than 50,000, 10 percent of the total
16amount of grants received under s. 16.047 (4m).
AB64-ASA1,692,2417 (b) Beginning with the first payment due under this section after the county
18or municipality receives a grant under s. 16.047 (4m), the department of
19administration shall apply the reduction determined under par. (a) for each county
20and municipality by reducing 10 consecutive annual payments under this section to
21the county or municipality by equal amounts. If in any year the reduction under this
22paragraph for a county or municipality exceeds the payment under this section for
23the county or municipality, the department of administration shall apply the excess
24amount of the reduction to the payment to the county or municipality under s. 79.04.
AB64-ASA1,1210b 25Section 1210b. 79.04 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,693,24
179.04 (1) (a) An amount from the public utility account determined by
2multiplying by 3 mills in the case of a town, and 6 mills in the case of a city or village,
3the first $125,000,000 of the amount shown in the account, plus leased property, of
4each public utility except qualified wholesale electric companies, as defined in s.
576.28 (1) (gm), on December 31 of the preceding year for “production plant, exclusive
6of land," “general structures," and “substations," in the case of light, heat and power
7companies, electric cooperatives or municipal electric companies, for all property
8within a municipality in accordance with the system of accounts established by the
9public service commission or rural electrification administration, less depreciation
10thereon as determined by the department of revenue and less the value of treatment
11plant and pollution abatement equipment, as defined under s. 70.11 (21), as
12determined by the department of revenue plus an amount from the public utility
13account determined by multiplying by 3 mills in the case of a town, and 6 mills in the
14case of a city or village, of the first $125,000,000 of the total original cost of production
15plant, general structures, and substations less depreciation, land and approved
16waste treatment facilities of each qualified wholesale electric company, as defined in
17s. 76.28 (1) (gm), as reported to the department of revenue of all property within the
18municipality. The total of amounts, as depreciated, from the accounts of all public
19utilities for the same production plant is also limited to not more than $125,000,000.
20The amount distributable to a municipality under this subsection and sub. (6) in any
21year shall not exceed $300 times the population of the municipality, except that,
22beginning with payments in 2009, the amount distributable to a municipality under
23this subsection and sub. (6) in any year shall not exceed $425 times the population
24of the municipality, except as provided under par. (am).
AB64-ASA1,1210c 25Section 1210c. 79.04 (1) (am) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,694,4
179.04 (1) (am) The payment limitation under par. (a) does not apply to the
2amounts distributable to a municipality under this subsection and sub. (6) if the first
3distribution to the municipality that meets or exceeds the limitation occurs after
42010. This paragraph does not apply to distributions after 2022.
AB64-ASA1,1210d 5Section 1210d. 79.05 (7) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,694,96 79.05 (7) (a) Beginning with the distributions in 2018 and ending with the
7distributions in 2022, the annual payment under this section to the village of Maine
8shall be the amount otherwise determined for the village under this section, plus
9$583,000.
AB64-ASA1,694,1210 (b) Beginning with the distributions in 2018 and ending with the distributions
11in 2022, the annual payment under this section to the city of Janesville shall be the
12amount otherwise determined for the city under this section, plus $583,000.
AB64-ASA1,1210e 13Section 1210e. 79.095 (1) (bh) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,694,1814 79.095 (1) (bh) “Inflation factor” means a percentage equal to the average
15annual percentage change in the U.S. consumer price index for all urban consumers,
16U.S. city average, as determined by the U.S. department of labor, for the 12 months
17ending on September 30 of the year before the payment under sub. (4) (b), except that
18the percentage under this paragraph shall not be less than zero.
AB64-ASA1,1210f 19Section 1210f. 79.095 (4) of the statutes is renumbered 79.095 (4) (a) and
20amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,694,2521 79.095 (4) (a) The Except as provided in par. (b), the department shall calculate
22the payments due each taxing jurisdiction under this section by multiplying the full
23value as of the January 1 of the preceding year of the property that is exempt under
24s. 70.11 (39) and (39m) and that is located in the jurisdiction by the full-value gross
25tax rate of the jurisdiction for the preceding year.
AB64-ASA1,695,5
1(c) The department shall certify the amount of the payment due each taxing
2jurisdiction to the department of administration, which shall make the payments on
3or before the 4th Monday in July. For purposes of ch. 121, school districts shall treat
4the payments made in July under this subsection as if they had been received in the
5previous school year.
AB64-ASA1,1210g 6Section 1210g. 79.095 (4) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,695,127 79.095 (4) (b) In 2018, each taxing jurisdiction shall receive a payment under
8this section equal to the payment it received in 2017, multiplied by 1.0147. In 2019,
9each taxing jurisdiction shall receive a payment under this section equal to the
10payment it received in the previous year, multiplied by one plus the inflation factor.
11In 2020, and in each year thereafter, each taxing jurisdiction shall receive a payment
12under this section equal to the payment it received in the previous year.
AB64-ASA1,1210h 13Section 1210h. 79.095 (5) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,695,1514 79.095 (5) Sunset. Subsections (2), (3), and (4) (a) do not apply with regard to
15the payments made under this section after July 2017.
AB64-ASA1,1210p 16Section 1210p. 79.096 of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,695,21 1779.096 State aid; personal property. (1) Beginning in 2019, and in each
18year thereafter, the department of administration shall pay to each taxing
19jurisdiction, as defined in s. 79.095 (1) (c), an amount equal to the property taxes
20levied on the items of personal property described under s. 70.111 (27) (b) for the
21property tax assessments as of January 1, 2017.
AB64-ASA1,696,2 22(2) (a) Each municipality shall report to the department of revenue, in the time
23and manner determined by the department, the amount of the property taxes levied
24on the items of personal property described under s. 70.111 (27) (b) for the property

1tax assessments as of January 1, 2017, on behalf of the municipality and on behalf
2of other taxing jurisdictions.
AB64-ASA1,696,53 (b) Each taxing jurisdiction shall report to the department of revenue, in the
4time and manner determined by the department, any information the department
5considers necessary to administer this section.
AB64-ASA1,696,9 6(3) Each taxing jurisdiction shall attribute to each tax incremental district
7within the taxing jurisdiction the district's proportionate share of the amount the
8taxing jurisdiction receives under sub. (1), except that this subsection does not apply
9after the district closes.
AB64-ASA1,696,13 10(4) The department of revenue shall certify the amount of the payment due
11each taxing jurisdiction under sub. (1) to the department of administration, and the
12department of administration shall make the payment on or before the first Monday
13in May.
AB64-ASA1,1211 14Section 1211 . 79.10 (7m) (cm) 1. a. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,697,415 79.10 (7m) (cm) 1. a. If, in any year, the total of the amounts determined under
16subs. (4), (5), and (5m) for any municipality is $3,000,000 or more, the municipality,
17with the approval of the majority of the members of the municipality's governing
18body, may notify the department of administration to distribute the amounts directly
19to the municipality and the department of administration shall distribute the
20amounts at the time and in the manner provided under pars. (a) 1., (b) 1., and (c) 1.
21Beginning in 2018, if the municipality approves the distribution under this subd. 1.
22a. by enacting an ordinance and provides a copy of the ordinance to the department
23of administration and the department of revenue, the department of administration
24shall distribute the amounts determined under subs. (4), (5), and (5m) to the
25municipality as provided under this subd. 1. a. for the year in which the municipality

1enacts the ordinance and in all subsequent years until the municipality notifies the
2department of administration and the department of revenue that the municipality
3has repealed the ordinance or until the total amounts under subs. (4), (5), and (5m)
4to be distributed to the municipality in a year is less than $3,000,000.
AB64-ASA1,1212 5Section 1212 . 79.14 of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,697,11 679.14 School levy tax credit. The appropriation under s. 20.835 (3) (b), for
7the payments under s. 79.10 (4), is $319,305,000 in 1994, 1995, and 1996;
8$469,305,000 beginning in 1997 and ending in 2006; $593,050,000 in 2007;
9$672,400,000 in 2008; $747,400,000 in 2009; $732,550,000 in 2010, 2011, and 2012;
10$747,400,000 in 2013, 2014, and 2015; and $853,000,000 in 2016 and 2017; and
11$940,000,000 in 2018
and in each year thereafter.
AB64-ASA1,1212m 12Section 1212m. 84.013 (3) (cb) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,697,1413 84.013 (3) (cb) I 94 extending approximately 7.5 miles from US 12 to 130th
14Street near STH 65 in St. Croix County.
AB64-ASA1,1213 15Section 1213 . 84.013 (3) (km) of the statutes is repealed.
AB64-ASA1,1214 16Section 1214 . 84.013 (3) (rb) of the statutes is repealed.
AB64-ASA1,1215 17Section 1215 . 84.013 (3) (rj) of the statutes is repealed.
AB64-ASA1,1216 18Section 1216 . 84.013 (3) (tc) of the statutes is repealed.
AB64-ASA1,1216bg 19Section 1216bg. 84.013 (5) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,698,220 84.013 (5) Commencing with the 1985-87 biennial budget bill and biennially
21thereafter, the department shall request adjustments to the list of major highway
22projects under sub. (3) as listed projects are completed, projects are approved under
23sub. (6) and new projects are ready for construction. The department shall submit
24the proposed biennial adjustments for major highway projects to the transportation
25projects commission for review and recommendation as provided under s. 13.489.

1Submission of proposed adjustments to the transportation projects commission is not
2required after June 30, 2021.
AB64-ASA1,1216bi 3Section 1216bi. 84.013 (6) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,698,154 84.013 (6) If following the enactment of the biennial budget bill the department
5determines that a highway project which was initially planned or designed as a
6reconditioning, reconstruction or resurfacing project is a major highway project and
7is ready for construction, the department shall submit the proposal for the specific
8project to the transportation projects commission for review and recommendation as
9provided under s. 13.489. After the transportation projects commission has
10submitted its report on the project, the department may request approval of the
11specific project as a major highway project from the joint committee on finance. If
12the joint committee on finance approves the project, the committee shall make such
13transfer of funds among the highway appropriations as deemed necessary and the
14department may proceed with construction. This subsection does not apply after
15June 30, 2021.
AB64-ASA1,1216c 16Section 1216c. 84.02 (8) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,698,2217 84.02 (8) (a) The department may make additions or deletions to the state
18trunk highway system by entering into a jurisdictional transfer agreement with any
19local unit of government
a municipality or county. Addition to or deletion of any part
20of the state trunk highway system under this subsection may be made without
21regard to any mileage limitation or procedural requirement imposed under this
22section or chapter 518, laws of 1947.
AB64-ASA1,1216d 23Section 1216d. 84.02 (8) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,699,324 84.02 (8) (b) The transfer of a highway under a jurisdictional transfer
25agreement must be may not take effect until the agreement is approved by the

1department and by resolution of the governing body of any the municipality or county
2board involved before the transfer of any highway becomes effective that is a party
3to the agreement
.
AB64-ASA1,1216e 4Section 1216e. 84.02 (8) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,699,85 84.02 (8) (c) A jurisdictional transfer agreement shall specify the length of time
6for which it is in effect and
may contain any other terms and conditions that the
7department and the local unit of government may deem necessary
regarding the
8maintenance or rehabilitation of any highway transferred under the agreement.
AB64-ASA1,1216f 9Section 1216f. 84.02 (8) (d) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,699,1110 84.02 (8) (d) The department and the municipality or county that is party to
11a jurisdictional transfer agreement shall maintain a record of the agreement.
AB64-ASA1,1216g 12Section 1216g. 84.02 (8m) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,699,1513 84.02 (8m) Reversion of jurisdiction. A highway that is under the jurisdiction
14of a municipality or county and that satisfies all of the following requirements shall
15be transferred to the jurisdiction of the department:
AB64-ASA1,699,1916 (a) Prior to the effective date of this paragraph .... [LRB inserts date],
17jurisdiction of the highway was transferred under sub. (8) by the department to a
18municipality or county under a jurisdictional transfer agreement to which more than
19one municipality or county was party.
AB64-ASA1,699,2420 (b) The municipality or county to which jurisdiction of the highway was
21transferred under par. (a) subsequently transferred under an agreement under s.
2266.0307 territory in which the highway is located to another municipality or county
23and the agreement under s. 66.0307 did not specifically address jurisdiction of the
24highway.
AB64-ASA1,700,5
1(c) Not later than 6 months after the effective date of this paragraph .... [LRB
2inserts date], the governing body of the transferor and transferee municipalities or
3counties under par. (b) adopt resolutions stating the intent of the municipality or
4county to revert jurisdiction of the highway to the department and provide a copy of
5the resolution to the department.
AB64-ASA1,1221m 6Section 1221m. 84.06 (14) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,700,107 84.06 (14) Replace-in-kind alternatives required. (a) In this subsection,
8“replace-in-kind alternative” means a project plan that does not include bicycle
9lanes, added lanes of travel, or significant design modifications that would include
10geometric or safety modifications, changes to highway alignment, or access points.
AB64-ASA1,700,1211 (b) The department shall conduct a study of and provide a cost estimate for a
12replace-in-kind alternative for each highway improvement project.
AB64-ASA1,1222 13Section 1222 . 84.062 of the statutes is repealed.
AB64-ASA1,1222m 14Section 1222m. 84.07 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,701,1215 84.07 (1) Routine maintenance. Subject to sub. (1r), the state trunk highway
16system shall be maintained by the state at state expense. The department shall
17prescribe by rule specifications for such maintenance and may contract with any
18county highway committee or municipality to have all or certain parts of the work
19of maintaining the state trunk highways within or beyond the limits of the county
20or municipality, including interstate bridges, performed by the county or
21municipality, and any county or municipality may enter into such contract.
22Maintenance activities include the application of protective coatings, the removal
23and control of snow, the removal, treatment and sanding of ice, interim repair of
24highway surfaces and adjacent structures, and all other operations, activities and
25processes required on a regular, continuing basis for the preservation of the

1highways on the state trunk system, and including the care and protection of trees
2and other roadside vegetation and suitable planting to prevent soil erosion or to
3beautify highways pursuant to s. 66.1037, and all routine measures deemed
4necessary to provide adequate traffic service. Maintenance activities also include
5the installation, replacement, rehabilitation, or maintenance of highway signs,
6highway lighting, and pavement markings, and the maintenance of traffic control
7signals and intelligent transportation systems. Maintenance activities do not
8include the removal and disposal of deer killed by vehicles on state trunk highways.

9The department may contract with a private entity for services or materials or both
10associated with the installation, replacement, rehabilitation, or maintenance of
11highway signs, highway lighting, and pavement markings and the maintenance of
12traffic control signals and intelligent transportation systems.
AB64-ASA1,1223 13Section 1223 . 84.41 (3) of the statutes is repealed.
AB64-ASA1,1224 14Section 1224 . 84.59 (6) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,702,415 84.59 (6) The building commission may contract revenue obligations when it
16reasonably appears to the building commission that all obligations incurred under
17this section can be fully paid from moneys received or anticipated and pledged to be
18received on a timely basis. Except as provided in this subsection, the principal
19amount of revenue obligations issued under this section may not exceed
20$3,931,472,900 $4,055,372,900, excluding any obligations that have been defeased
21under a cash optimization program administered by the building commission, to be
22used for transportation facilities under s. 84.01 (28) and major highway projects for
23the purposes under ss. 84.06 and 84.09. In addition to the foregoing limit on principal
24amount, the building commission may contract revenue obligations under this
25section as the building commission determines is desirable to refund outstanding

1revenue obligations contracted under this section, to make payments under
2agreements or ancillary arrangements entered into under s. 18.55 (6) with respect
3to revenue obligations issued under this section, and to pay expenses associated with
4revenue obligations contracted under this section.
AB64-ASA1,1224m 5Section 1224m. 85.062 (3) (b) of the statutes is repealed.
AB64-ASA1,1224o 6Section 1224o. 85.066 (3) of the statutes is renumbered 85.066 (3) (intro.) and
7amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,702,138 85.066 (3) Counties containing Expenditures related to certain
9transportation systems in
a first class city. (intro.) A county containing a 1st class
10city
The following may not incur any direct or indirect expenses, including the
11forfeiture of any revenue, relating to the operation or construction of a rail fixed
12guideway transportation system in the a 1st class city unless the expense incurred
13or revenue forfeited will be fully reimbursed by the 1st class city .:
AB64-ASA1,1224p 14Section 1224p. 85.066 (3) (a) to (c) of the statutes are created to read:
AB64-ASA1,702,1615 85.066 (3) (a) Except as required to comply with the requirements under 59
16USC 5329
, the state.
AB64-ASA1,702,1717 (b) An agency, as defined in s. 16.52 (7).
AB64-ASA1,702,1818 (c) A county in which the 1st class city is located.
AB64-ASA1,1224r 19Section 1224r. 85.066 (4) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,702,2420 85.066 (4) Reimbursement. If a person restricted from incurring expenses
21under sub. (3), with the approval of the 1st class city, incurs a direct or indirect
22expense, including the forfeiture of any revenue, relating to the operation or
23construction of a rail fixed guideway transportation system in a 1st class city, the 1st
24class city shall fully reimburse the person for the expense.
AB64-ASA1,1224t 25Section 1224t. 85.09 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,704,5
185.09 (2) (a) The department of transportation shall have the first right to
2acquire, for present or future transportational or recreational purposes, any
3property used in operating a railroad or railway, including land and rails, ties,
4switches, trestles, bridges, and the like located on that property, that has been
5abandoned. The department of transportation may, in connection with abandoned
6rail property, assign this right to a state agency, the board of regents of the University
7of Wisconsin System, any county or municipality, or any transit commission.
8Acquisition by the department of transportation may be by gift, purchase, or
9condemnation in accordance with the procedure under s. 32.05, except that the power
10of condemnation may not be used to acquire property for the purpose of establishing
11or extending a recreational trail; a bicycle way, as defined in s. 340.01 (5s); a bicycle
12lane, as defined in s. 340.01 (5e); or a pedestrian way, as defined in s. 346.02 (8) (a)
.
13In addition to its property management authority under s. 85.15, the department of
14transportation may, subject to any prior action under s. 13.48 (14) (am) or 16.848 (1),
15lease and collect rents and fees for any use of rail property pending discharge of the
16department's duty to convey property that is not necessary for a public purpose. No
17person owning abandoned rail property, including any person to whom ownership
18reverts upon abandonment, may convey or dispose of any abandoned rail property
19without first obtaining a written release from the department of transportation
20indicating that the first right of acquisition under this subsection will not be
21exercised or assigned. No railroad or railway may convey any rail property prior to
22abandonment if the rail property is part of a rail line shown on the railroad's system
23map as in the process of abandonment, expected to be abandoned, or under study for
24possible abandonment unless the conveyance or disposal is for the purpose of
25providing continued rail service under another company or agency. Any conveyance

1made without obtaining such release is void. The first right of acquisition of the
2department of transportation under this subsection does not apply to any rail
3property declared by the department to be abandoned before January 1, 1977. The
4department of transportation may acquire any abandoned rail property under this
5section regardless of the date of its abandonment.
AB64-ASA1,1225g 6Section 1225g. 85.20 (9) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,704,97 85.20 (9) Prohibited expenditures. An eligible applicant may not use aids
8provided under this section for any purpose related to the operation of a rail fixed
9guideway transportation system, as defined in s. 85.066 (1), in a 1st class city.
AB64-ASA1,1226 10Section 1226 . 86.07 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,705,611 86.07 (2) (a) Subject to par. (b) and s. 86.16 (1m) (a) 2. and (c) and (6), no person
12shall make any excavation or fill or install any culvert or make any other alteration
13in any highway or in any manner disturb any highway or bridge without a permit
14therefor from the highway authority maintaining the highway. Such permit shall
15contain the statement and be subject to the condition that the work shall be
16constructed subject to such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by said
17authority and be performed and completed to its satisfaction, and in the case of
18temporary alterations that the highway or bridge shall be restored to its former
19condition, and that the permittee shall be liable to the town or county or state, as the
20case may be, for all damages which occur during the progress of said work or as a
21result thereof. Nothing herein shall abridge the right of the department, the county
22board or its highway committee, or any other local authority to make such additional
23rules, regulations and conditions not inconsistent herewith as may be deemed
24necessary and proper for the preservation of highways, or for the safety of the public,
25and to make the granting of any such permit conditional thereon. If any culvert is

1installed or any excavation or fill or any other alteration is made in violation of the
2provisions of this paragraph, the highway or bridge may be restored to its former
3condition by the highway authority in charge of the maintenance thereof at the
4expense of the violator; and any person who violates this paragraph shall be
5punished by a fine of not less than $50 nor more than $500, or by imprisonment not
6exceeding 6 months, or both.
AB64-ASA1,1226m 7Section 1226m. 86.16 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,705,168 86.16 (1) Any person, firm, or corporation, including any foreign corporation
9authorized to transact business in this state, may, subject to ss. 30.44 (3m), 30.45 and
10196.491 (3) (d) 3m., with the written consent of the department with respect to state
11trunk highways, and with the written consent of local authorities with respect to
12highways under their jurisdiction, including connecting highways, construct and
13operate lines, wires, or fiber for telecommunications service, as defined in s. 182.017
14(1g) (cq),
telegraph, telephone, or electric lines, or pipes or pipelines, for the purpose
15of transmitting voice, video, data, messages, water, liquid manure, heat, light, or
16power along, across, under, or within the limits of the highway.
AB64-ASA1,1227 17Section 1227 . 86.16 (6) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,705,2218 86.16 (6) If the department consents under sub. (1) to the construction of
19broadband infrastructure in underserved areas, as designated under s. 196.504 (2)
20(d), the department may not charge any fee for the initial issuance of any permit
21necessary to construct broadband infrastructure along, across, or within the limits
22of a highway.
AB64-ASA1,1227d 23Section 1227d. 86.19 (1g) of the statutes is renumbered 86.19 (1g) (am) and
24amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,706,4
186.19 (1g) (am) 1. Subject to par. (b) subd. 2., the department shall erect and
2maintain 2 directional signs along eastbound and westbound I 94 and 4 directional
3signs along the exit ramps that correspond to the signs along the main roadway in
4Milwaukee County for the Basilica of St. Josaphat.
AB64-ASA1,706,105 2. Upon receipt of sufficient contributions from interested parties, including
6any county, city, village, or town, to cover the costs of fabricating, erecting, and
7maintaining the signs specified in par. (a) subd. 1., the department shall erect and
8maintain the signs. No state funds, other than from the receipt of contributions
9under this paragraph subdivision, may be expended for the fabrication, erection, or
10maintenance of the signs.
AB64-ASA1,1227dm 11Section 1227dm. 86.19 (1g) (d) of the statutes is created to read:
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